angry_vincent wrote:I use oss4 only for mpd playback, so i don't need any vmix enabled. I disabled vmix option totally in osscore.conf. Is it make any sense for better quality?
$ man ossplay
-R Disable redirection to virtual mixer engines and sample
rate/format conversions. Should not be used unless absolutely
cesium wrote:Well, I'm no quality expert, but I'm told disabling SRC does improve it slightly (you can also test keeping vmix and setting vmix0-src to OFF in the mixer).
angry_vincent wrote:I play only lossless tracks (flac and wavpack), also i have some 24bit/96Khz tracks too. My card is ESI Juli@, pretty decent one, support 24bit/192Khz on hardware level.
angry_vincent wrote:I don't see a reason to have vmix-src, i don't need resampling, it's not a Creative sound card or kind of
angry_vincent wrote:mplayer, Skype, youtube works without vmix. The discussion leads to nowhere, it seems. I had a question about real-time , make sense for oss4?
audiovox wrote:I disagree with you igor, I have found that adding the perceived fixes can have a positive on the audio quality in at least a studio setting.
cesium wrote:His email address is listed at http://www.stopforumspam.com/ , so I'm guessing it was a spammer...
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